implicity

noun im·plic·i·ty \ə̇mˈplisətē\

Definition of implicity

plural

-es

  1. :  the quality or state of being implicit the strangeness of a man's life and the implicity with which he accepts it — Albert Camus

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Origin and Etymology of implicity

probably from French implicité, from implicite implicit (from Latin implicitus) + -té -ty


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